Ghost Rider looks scarcely cooler now. His skull is charred, as well as his jacket, so overall, the character looks marginally better than he did in the first film..but This film is still one of the worst of all the comic book films in the 21st century. There was potential for greatness in it, especially since the first film was a decent start
The differences in the Hollywood of today and the Golden Age can be attributed to the changing economics on which the film industry functions. The ultimate profits are down, even though Hollywood today is making brighter films for new, fast-growing markets which cater to an entirely different set of viewership. Meanwhile, television, which once used to be considered “the unglamorous sister”, is today enjoying record earnings and unprecedented critical acclaim. Today scenes in HBO’s “Game of Thrones” & “Boardwalk Empire” are as spectacular as any movie which has caused directors and movie stars like Dustin Hoffman to switch to TV networks which today offer them a much more creative license. The following differences can be seen in Hollywood
In 1977 when Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope was released it sparked his career and led him on the path to become a cult star. Mark Hamill starred as Luke Skywalker probably one of the most iconic roles in film history and after that he never escaped the role. Even though he has appeared in a lot of movies/TV shows before and after the release of Star Wars he is still known as Luke Skywalker. His co-star Harrison Ford was stuck with the same fate as being known as Han Solo at the time but he moved on and started doing film like Blade Runner the Indiana Jones franchise. This then rid him of being known as Han Solo as he made more films where he played many different characters this meant that audiences couldn’t pin him to one role it broke the classification of naming him a character thus giving him a identity.
All the characters are very superficial, dressed in pastels, eating and drinking well and too often! Although lip service is paid to the “art form” the writers produce it is clear that the bottom line is all that really matters to the power brokers. Also, it is interesting to note that the Coen brother wrote the screenplay for Barton Fink while taking an unscheduled break from writing the script for another one of their films, “Miller’s Crossing”. This theme of writers block and Hollywood pressure to produce obviously provides the core ideas behind the Barton Fink
To say this as kind as possible, George’s dreams were in an uncrackable safe and Lennie was the safe itself. Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck, was my favorite story that I read this year. The characters were interesting and there wasn’t a lot of characters either, which I liked. I also enjoyed the plot twist at the end and probably wouldn’t have ever saw it coming if I didn’t have it spoiled for me. In the story, I found it ironic that the two people traveling with each other would be complete opposites of each other.
Between the two Walter Mitty stories one is obviously better. the text is the better one because it doesn’t try to be funny it takes humor from real life situations. In the movie they try too hard to make it funny and it makes the jokes half as funny as they could be. In the scenes where he is day dreaming about the girl it is not something that the real Walter Mitty would daydream about. In the text it describes him as being the hero in his day dreams There are multiple reasons that the text version of Walter Mitty is better than the movie.
Hitchcock was a great screenwriter although he took a writer’s credit only once after 1932 for the film Dial M for Murder. His guiding intelligence was behind all his scripts. He also contributed dialogues and his narrative abilities, sense of plot, pacing remain unparalleled. Hitchcock also had a genius for colloquialism. Hitchcock claim not to care about his deft scripts and cautious working habits belie this pretense of indifference.
Another part of this disappointment was the sheer fragility of the arguments made. Numerous times, I did not relate my arguement back to the thesis which laft it in the dust. I received some wonderful footnotes from you Mrs. Immediato, including: “how does this relate to Romeo and Juliet”, and “Good, but how does this relate to your argument”. The second time around re-writing and editing, i noticed much more that you could have been picky about, thanks for not crushing my self-esteem. My first body paragraph started with a 1st grade level transition.
In fact, it blew my mind! One aspect of this story that made it so exceptional for me was the style of writing. The majority of his sentences were short and to the point. Instead of being choppy and frustrating, the sentences somehow captured my attention. Weir’s brief sentences created strong pictures without using much expressive language; in fact, his story frequently composed of dialogue such as "Your body was so utterly shattered you were better off, trust me,” which painted a clear picture in twelve words.
After an impressive promotion campaign including trailers with classic numbers and an original soundtrack album by Skrillex, Twenty One Pilots and the like, Suicide Squad finally opened in theaters on August 5. The hype for this movie was undeniably humongous, not only because DC hardcore fanboys expected it to be the breakthrough for DCEU with a mix of humor and action, but also movie enthusiasts had been waiting for another reimagination of Joker, together with the live-action versions of other DC beloved villains/antihero. And while it performed pretty well at the box office even without releases in the Chinese market, the quality definitely fell short of its intriguing premise. As the third installment in DC Comics cinematic universe,